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The Coimbra guitarra has a teardrop or shield type head design. It has a string length of 470mm which allows it to be tuned in the Coimbra style which is: aa, gg, dd, Aa, Gg, Cc (1st to 12th string). This tuning is one full step below, that is, two frets lower, than the Lisboa tuning. This tuning is associated with the music and song of the University of Coimbra, located in central Portugal. (My wife, Jeanette, and I attended the University of Coimbra during the summer of 1974.)

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As early as 1905 luthiers were building larger Portuguese guitars (called guitarrão , the plural being guitarrões ), seemingly in very small numbers and with limited success. Recently, the famed luthier Gilberto Grácio has built a guitarrão , which he named a guitolão instead; this instrument which allows for a wider timbric range, on the low and the high end, than a regular Portuguese guitar.

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